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2004 toyota sequoia front end shake

I recently had my suv inthe dealer for the shake. They tried different wheels and tire on the truck,refaced the front rotors,and remived the rear driveshaft to no avail. Any suggestions?

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Replace the front rotors.
Refacing does not work on Sequoias. The metal removed to get the rotor "true" is usually below minimum safe thickness, and the vibration comes right back when it gets hot.

Posted on Oct 25, 2008

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